Couple Conspires on Fraudulent Claim with AIG Insurance


January 14, 2014: 46 year old Regina Anderson and 57 year old Ronald Coleman are now facing Insurance Fraud and Criminal Conspiracy charges.

The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office Insurance Fraud Unit (IFU) Detectives began to investigate Ronald Coleman and Regina Anderson after receiving a referral from an anonymous citizen regarding the couple’s fraudulent activity. Detectives learned that on March 17, 2009, Coleman reported to AIG Insurance Company that his unoccupied truck had slipped gears and rolled backwards into his partner, Regina Anderson. Anderson allegedly sustained injuries to her back and head and proceeded to seek medical treatment. Anderson reported to AIG insurance that she had been feeding the family dogs when Coleman’s truck rolled backwards and caused her to fall, injuring her back and head. The investigation revealed that both Coleman and Anderson conspired in an attempt to defraud AIG Insurance Company. Coleman had been operating the truck with an expired license on the date of this incident and although the truck had rolled backwards, Anderson was not injured.

Anderson and Coleman were arrested on January 14, 2010 and January 20, 2010 for Insurance Fraud and Criminal Conspiracy. Both are next listed in Philadelphia Municipal Court on February 7, 2014 for a status hearing.

Detective David Fisher and ADA Debra Naish are specially assigned to this case.


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